Agnes Czajka is a lecturer in Politics and International Studies at the Open University. Her research interests include contemporary social and political thought, continental political philosophy, democracy, citizenship, contentious politics, migrant and refugee politics, and European and Mediterranean politics. Her most recent book is titled, Democracy and Justice: Reading Derrida in Istanbul (Routledge, 2016).
A manifesto for unlearning
How can we use participatory photography as a tool for emancipation, unlearning assumed hierarchies between artists,...
Unequal journeys: exploring the contradictions of citizenship and asylum regimes
While governments tighten asylum and citizenship for the poor and persecuted, they sell it at ever higher costs for the rich.
Turkish democracy: a flawed model
Turkey’s political leadership under Recep Tayyip Erdogan is projecting the country as a successful model of...